posted on Oct, 14 2002 @ 09:34 PM
I am not presenting the idea that a silicon life form capable of independent thought does not have a soul. What I am presenting is that the soul is
alive (in and of itself). Our technology does not at present have the ability to replicate it. This not meaning that at some time in the future it
Q: Can we manufacture a soul?
A: Yes we can
Q: What would it entail?
A: An understanding of Quantum Technology at it most fundamental level.
Q: What is the soul?
A: It is an inherently biologically based organism who orientation makes it aware of the wave function (particle/wave theory). One could conclude that
in regards to soul substance the weight is not lost but rather is redistributed
Inherently the soul can be based on silicon. And perhaps in about 10
thousand years we will have the ability to reproduce it. I did not say
it was impossible my exact words were:
"So if we make a 'AI" type android, perhaps unless we incorporated in its design. Something at the level of technology equivalent to a human
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